If you’re like most people with lots of sewing projects to finish, you want the best way to do things, but also the quickest and easiest way too. Tara Rex shares a few sewing tips on how she saves some time finishing edges on a quick pillow project. Tara shows how she finished the edges of a fabric first before she even cuts what she needs for the pillow back. This way, after you finish your pillow front you can simply cut the fabric in half, overlap the finished edges and stitch your pillow together. You can use the fabric at the finished width, or trim it down for use on something smaller.
I have no idea what Tara is talking about
What is this all about!??
I have no idea what she is trying to tell us.
The title and the video are confusing. Please remove it from the line up.
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I agree it’s not clear at all but after some thought I think she’s making a pillow cover for a throw pillow with a slit in the back to put your pillow in.. Like this: http://www.heytherehome.com/how-to-make-an-envelope-pillow-cover/
Unclear. Maybe it was so quick I missed the point.
أرجو فتح المواقع حتى نحصل على معلوماتلان المواقع فيها اعمال جيده
i did not get it.
what exactly the tip here?
I expect better and more complete demonstration from a paid subscription. If you want to remain competitive as an instructional venue you must demonstrate and not just talk so that you are more helpful to the person learning.
Do you mean you are not using the pillow case tube method which finishes all of your seams automatically? you are missing out girlfriend it is soooooo simple and sooooooooo fast!